Christopher Morrison #VR writing #horror #english author

Christopher is a multi-talented writer-director-actor who has worked on over 150 films, theatrical productions, and immersive entertainments all around the world. He’s American but don’t let that fool you… he’s lived and worked in multiple countries and has a world-view that is expansive. His genre entertainments have been seen in over 15 countries and three continents. Working with everyone from Hollywood talents to backyard indie pioneers he’s been instrumental in creating work for live audiences, film-goers, tv-viewers, and VR aficionados. He’s groovy, he wants to lend you his groove for a while. Let’s groove.

Christopher has worked with and trained top Hollywood talents such as Emily Deschanel, Lindsey Lohan, Alex Reid, Tanya Saracho, Raul Castillo, Dan Folger, Keith David, Zakes Mokae, Diane Ladd, as well as rising pop stars Tyler Cole and Madison Rose. He has been a story editor and script consultant for Hollywood, “…less than kind” the award-winning short film he wrote and directed, premiered out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival and was distributed worldwide. He has written and directed 360 films as well. He has been commissioned for six feature length screenplays, television pilots, and plays alike. In his theatrical career he has worked at some of the largest and well-respected theatre companies (Cirque du Soleil, The Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Huntington Theatre Company). He performed with Cirque du Soleil for their first ever immersive environment called, “The Bar at the Edge of the Earth” for Celebrity Cruise Lines. He ran Broken Buddha Productions for ten years exploring the intersection of theatre, dance, circus, martial-arts, gymnastics, stage-combat, and more, producing and directing five movement based pieces for that company. He is also an award-winning fight choreographer. Four of his plays have been produced in California; Chicago; and Melbourne, Australia. Morrison is a co-founder of Impact Theatre in Berkeley, California, which lasted 20 seasons. His directing has been called “A brave move towards a different style of theatre,” and Cirque du Soleil called him “A huge asset to the creative process.” His direction has been seen on both coasts of the States as well as Chicago. He has completed his first feature film as a writer/director entitled ‘The Bellwether’ (the world’s first female-lead solo film) which will be released in early 2019.